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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Esai Morales was Born October 1, 1962 in Brooklyn, New York. His parents, both immigrants from Puerto Rico, were divorced when he was a child. It was Esai’s mother who most influenced his young life. He was immersed in his Puerto Rican community and... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Eddie Murphy – having a life goal. Going after it no matter what. Born: April 3, 1961, Brooklyn, New York Birth Name: Edward Regan Murphy Height: 5’91/2” Eddie Murphy has achieved his dream: “I knew it was show biz for the rest of my life”. Starting... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Dave has experienced a truly extraordinary life. As a child, he endured the horrors of child abuse which included physical torture, mental cruelty, and near starvation. Dave was brutally beaten and starved by his emotionally unstable, alcoholic... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

At 6 feet 4 and 265 pounds, Daunte Culpepper is the largest quarterback in NFL history. He runs a 4.6 second 40 yard dash and can jump 36 inches into the air and can throw the ball 80 yards. Quarterback isn’t the usual position for a player Daunte’s... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Dan O’Brien is considered by many as “the world’s greatest athlete”. His specialty is the decathlon, a collection of ten track events that includes the high jump, long jump, pole vault, javelin, discus, shot put, the 100, 400, 1500 meter runs, and... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Cher, Cherilyn Sarkasian LaPiere was born on May 20, 1946 in El Centro, California. She was the only child of Georgia Holt and John Sarkasian, an Armenian farmer. Her mother divorced her dad while still pregnant with Cher. Cher’s mom, Georgia, was... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Carl Hancock Rux has a rich, deep, low toned, striking voice. Usually backed by a band and singers, he uses his gift of an unforgettable voice to perform poetry that he has written himself. To experience his powerful performances makes... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Many consider it the most sensational race ever run in Olympic History. It was the 10,000 meter race at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. No American had ever won the event. And no American was expected to win the event that year. Australia’s Ron Clark... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Elected by Colorado to the U.S. Senate in 1992, Ben Nighthorse Campbell was the first American Indian to serve in the Senate in more than 60 years. His own Senate website includes a brief biography: “born in Auburn, California on April 13, 1933, his... Read more

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By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Anthony DiCosmo has managed to grab one of the 38 roster spots with the XFL's New York/New Jersey Hitmen, and he can thank a mother who's made him feel like one in a million. Or, specifically, one in 60, the number of foster children Petrina DiCosmo... Read more